Dear trekkers and Routine breakers,

Get ready to explore the mountains, to enjoy bathing in natural water along with pleasing breeze and panorama of Sahyadri ranges. Let’s gear up to join ‘Outdoor Adventure’ on yet another, most awaited trek of the Monsoon season -- “Kalsubai -‘The king of Treks’- The highest peak of the Sahyadris in Maharashtra.” in the Igatpuri region on 12th July 2015.


More about the destination:

Peak Height : 5420 ft. (1,646 mtrs.)
Type : Hill forts
Grade : Medium


At the summit there is a small temple of Devi Kalsubai. This being the highest peak, it commands a beautiful view. The vastly spread out backwaters of Bhandardara attracts ones attention from the top. To the north of the mountain range forts such as Ramsej, Harihargad, Brahmagiri, Anjaneri, Ghargad, Bahula, Tringalwadi, Kavnai can be seen. To the east one can spot Aundha, Vishramgad, Bitangad, to the west Alang, Madangad, Kulang, Ratangad (south west) and to the south Pabhargad, Ghanchakkar, Harishchandragad can be seen.Geographically this place is located above the Kasara ghats on the Mumbai-Nasik highway.Since Kalsubai is extremely famous, enough effort has been made to make this trek easy. There are steel railings, ladders and steps are made too at places where it is difficult to climb. There is a symbolic temple at the top which is made on in the remembrance of Devi Kalsubai.


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It’s a one day trek but just to enjoy more we’ll start traveling in night of 11th  so we can start trekking early in the morning.(The travelling distance is 190km from Mumbai one way.)
We are going to travel by private bus, which will pick us up on different locations starting from Borivali to Kalyan.
We will start traveling on Saturday 11th July at 10.00pm from Borivali and accordingly all the pick ups will be done. 

Travel route.

Borivali- Chamunda Circle     10.00 pm
Andheri                              10.20 pm
Bandra (W. E Highway)         10:30 pm
Sion (opp Sion Lunch home)  10:45 pm
Thana- ( Teen Hath Naka)     11:15 pm

We'll start trekking at 7:00 am on 12th & we'll start our journey back to Mumbai at 4:00pm.

Friends, you all are requested to carry packed lunch for the trek as there are no villages and proper hutments for arranging food, water etc (There is only a small Temple on top). Water is available in the well on top but till then one will need ample supply of water, Also there's nothing available on top except a mind blowing scenery & Loads of foggy planes and a wonderful feeling of the achieving the Everest of Maharashtra …. so please carry decent amount of eatables, and personal medicines as required.

**In case you guys are carrying Digi-cam or Cell phone carry enough stock of small poly thin bags, to protect it from moisture.** 

The following are the details of the trek.

Date---------- Sunday, 12th July 2015

Location----- Kalsubai.

Difficulty Level-- Medium.

Time taken to ascend---- 2.5 -3 Hrs.

Expenses---- Rs 1100/- per head. (cost includes - travelling by private bus, morning & evening tea & breakfast, equipment & first aid charge & Expertise fees)



1. Lunch & Water (Mandatory).

2. Good footwear= SHOES (Mandatory)

3. Extra pair of clothes, Towels & Napkins (Mandatory).

4. Windcheater (Mandatory)

5. Slippers or floaters (just to relax your feet before & after the trek) (optional)

6. Personal small medical kit. (If u require usually/Optional)

7. Electral/Tang powder.

8. Cap / Gog. (Optional)

9. Other things as per your choice. (Camera, Binocs, etc.)

10. Haversack to put all these things.

***pack your bags considering the rains into picture.. Do carry small plastic bags to carry wet clothes home. 
But no plastic littering on the way or in mountains.

P.S.: Please don’t wear floaters or slippers during hiking & STRICTLY wear good shoes or footwear; it’s for your own safety. Carry and wear two pairs of socks to avoid blisters.

For Booking & information kindly contact - 

Sachin Mayekar    (0-9769565455)

Rashmi Satam       (0- 9967353229)

Kunal Bele           (0- 9892096723)

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